Marvipol Development: change of Vice President

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Mariusz Polawski, the previous vice-president of Marvipol Development, resigned from the board due to taking up new professional challenges. In this situation, the Supervisory Board decided that he has been operating in the company’s structure since 9 January this year. Grzegorz Kawecki will be appointed to the Management Board as Vice President for a two-year term with effect from 1 April 2020.

Experience gathered in Komfort

Grzegorz Kawecki is a graduate of political science and law at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Szczecin. In 1997-2006 he worked as the director of expansion and marketing of the chain of interior design stores Komfort. In the years 2006-2018 he was the vice-president and president of SGI, i.e. a residential, office and retail space developer operating in 6 Polish cities. He spent the last year advising listed companies on developing business strategies and optimising investment processes.

At the same time, the Supervisory Board of Marvipol adopted a resolution under which Robert Pydzik, a member of the Management Board, associated with the company since May 2017, was appointed to the Management Board for another two-year term. It will last until 15 January 2022.

  • The composition of the developer’s management board from 1 April this year will be as follows:
    Mariusz Wojciech Ksiazek – President of the Management Board,
    Grzegorz Kawecki – Vice-President of the Board,
    Robert Pydzik – member of the board.

A record year

In 2019, Marvipol Development concluded 942 agreements for the sale of flats and commercial premises, improving the result by 12% y/y and at the same time setting a new record in the history of the company. The strengthening of the offer with projects addressed to the most demanding clients also resulted in an increase in the value of units sold last year by 29% y/y to a record PLN 511.2m.

In 2020 Marvipol plans to launch 10 projects with 2,000 units in Warsaw, Gdansk and Kolobrzeg in 2020.

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